United States Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) in Outpatient Care Facilities Growth Opportunities

United States Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) in Outpatient Care Facilities Growth Opportunities

The COVID-19 Pandemic, Healthcare Staff Shortage, And Digital Tools Boost IPC Solution Adoption

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02-Feb-2022
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Research Code: K6DA-01-00-00-00
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Research shows that environmental surfaces in healthcare settings play a crucial role in pathogen transmission, leading to healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs), which have a considerable cost burden. Outpatient settings also pose significant infection risks. In the United States, millions of patients frequent outpatient facilities such as ambulatory surgical centers, endoscopy suites, community healthcare centers, hospital outpatient clinics, and physician offices annually. Over three-quarters of all surgeries in the country are performed in ‘outside hospital’ settings. Infection prevention and control (IPC) in outpatient settings is of huge concern as the shift from inpatient to outpatient settings increases rapidly.

Frost & Sullivan sections the study into two. The first section analyzes existing IPC solutions, segmented as surface disinfection technologies; patient, staff, and equipment tracking and monitoring technologies; and IPC robotic solutions. The second part studies how healthcare facilities can use non-clinical chemicals and materials for IPC in outpatient settings, such as antimicrobial paints in ICU walls to prevent nosocomial infections.

Author: Suchismita Das

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on IPC in Outpatient Care Facilities

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Why IPC in Outpatient Care Facilities is the Current Focus?

Healthcare Facilities by Segment

Infection Hotspots in Outpatient Care Settings

Rising Labour Shortage Worldwide Lead to Increased Infection Risk

Infection Prevention in Healthcare Settings—An Analysis of Pre- and Post-COVID-19 Scenario

RTLS Technology—Is It Only the Care Facility’s Security Friend or Also the Foe against Infection Spread?

IPC Solutions—Surface Disinfection Technologies

IPC Solutions—Surface Disinfection Technologies (continued)

IPC Solutions—Surface Disinfection Technologies (continued)

IPC Solutions—Tracking and Monitoring Technologies

IPC Solutions—Tracking and Monitoring Technologies (continued)

IPC Solutions—Tracking and Monitoring Technologies (continued)

IPC Solutions—Telepresence Robots and other Robotic Innovations

IPC Solutions—Telepresence Robots and other Robotic Innovations (continued)

Solution Providers Ecosystem

Analysis of Non-clinical Solution Vendors/Suppliers

Analysis of Non-clinical Solution Vendors/Suppliers (continued)

Analysis of Non-clinical Solution Vendors/Suppliers (continued)

Analysis of Non-clinical Solution Vendors/Suppliers (continued)

Target Areas in Outpatient Settings for Non-clinical Vendors

Growth Opportunity 1—Modified Inpatient IPC Solutions for Outpatient Care Settings

Growth Opportunity 1—Modified Inpatient IPC Solutions for Outpatient Care Settings (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Innovative Chemicals and Materials Solutions for Outpatient Settings

Growth Opportunity 2—Innovative Chemicals and Materials Solutions for Outpatient Settings (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—IPC in Home-based Care

Growth Opportunity 3—IPC in Home-based Care (continued)

List of Exhibits

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Research shows that environmental surfaces in healthcare settings play a crucial role in pathogen transmission, leading to healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs), which have a considerable cost burden. Outpatient settings also pose significant infection risks. In the United States, millions of patients frequent outpatient facilities such as ambulatory surgical centers, endoscopy suites, community healthcare centers, hospital outpatient clinics, and physician offices annually. Over three-quarters of all surgeries in the country are performed in ‘outside hospital’ settings. Infection prevention and control (IPC) in outpatient settings is of huge concern as the shift from inpatient to outpatient settings increases rapidly. Frost & Sullivan sections the study into two. The first section analyzes existing IPC solutions, segmented as surface disinfection technologies; patient, staff, and equipment tracking and monitoring technologies; and IPC robotic solutions. The second part studies how healthcare facilities can use non-clinical chemicals and materials for IPC in outpatient settings, such as antimicrobial paints in ICU walls to prevent nosocomial infections. Author: Suchismita Das
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